Garth McLean Brings Yoga Workshop for Multiple Sclerosis  To London in August

Garth McLean Brings Yoga Workshop for Multiple Sclerosis To London in August

Screen Shot 2017-07-11 at 11.33.52Garth McLean is a Senior Intermediate III Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher based in Los Angeles, who was diagnosed with relapsing remitting Multiple Sclerosis in 1996. Since then he has successfully used the practice of Iyengar yoga to manage his condition and stay in remission. Garth shares the gift of Iyengar yoga around the world and is a truly inspirational teacher for both ‘regular’ students and those with MS and other neurological conditions. He says: “the practice of Iyengar Yoga is accessible to all. The beauty is it can be adapted to suit whatever condition the student may be facing at whatever level of ability”.

Garth McLean brings his expertise to an exclusive 3-day workshop for people with MS and other neurological issues to The Iyengar Yoga Institute Maida Vale, London – 26th to 28th August 2017.

Workshop for students with MS & teachers
Saturday 26th August
10.15-3.15pm with lunch break
£48 Members / £52 Non-members

Workshop for students with MS & teachers
Sunday 27th August
11.15-4.00pm with lunch break
£48 Members / £52 Non-members
 
General Level Workshop  
Monday 28th August
10.15-1.15pm
£36 Members / £39 Non-members

Book here: http://iyi.org.uk/yoga-workshops/ – Tel: 020 7624 3080 – Email: office@iyi.org.uk

Garth states: “In the workshops we seek to soothe and balance the nervous and immune systems to calm the chaos and restore a sense of balance…physically and emotionally … according to the individual’s needs and ability.  Health is simply a by-product of proper yoga practice.  Through iconic alignment of asana (physical postures) and pranayama (breathing) we can begin to fortify stability and mobility of body in order to keep mobile and endure what may not be cured. Once we arrive to ourselves and own our truth, we can then work to align the body, the peripheral nerves with the motor nerves, in such a fashion that the body is given the opportunity to realize its potential.  BKS Iyengar opened up a door to possibility and gave me the tools to take action to move beyond my limitations with courage and caution.”  

McLean has been teaching Iyengar yoga to students in the UK (London and Home counties, Manchester and Edinburgh) and around the world with varying levels of ability for almost 10 years.

In addition to his daily practice he also offers insight to Iyengar teachers worldwide to deal with their own students who may suffer from such conditions. 

As a trained and experienced actor, McLean has also penned and performs his solo theatrical play “Looking For Lightning” about his journey in Hollywood and the yoga world.

 

Workshops 26th – 28th August
Iyengar Yoga Institute Maida Vale
223a Randolph Avenue, Maida Vale, London W9 1NL
Tel: 020 7624 3080 Email: office@iyi.org.uk

 

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